Scarlett's MRI is tomorrow afternoon. We hope for no change - a stable brain with no tumor.
Thursday begins Round 5 of chemo. That means we are on the downhill slide of this routine - 4 months down, 4 to go. Going to the hospital two days in a row is a bummer for Chris (he's single-parenting it, since I have to be at work), but there is a benefit of getting MRI results the day after the scan - anything to reduce the anxious waiting.
Chemo is early this week because we leave Friday for Camp Okizu. This camp is a few hours away, so we will be on the road for much of the afternoon, but look forward to a great time with our camp friends.
It's a busy week, and we appreciate all the support we get from our friends here through the waiting, chemo and travel.
My boss is a knight in the order of Malta and leaves tomorrow for Lourdes, France. I asked that he carry Scarlett in prayer and meditation while he is there, which he happily agreed to. You can see the live webcam feed of the grotto and mass for healing online. He was very interested in your stories, and offered, that when the time is right, to sponsor you both and Scarlett with the west coast division. We should talk. I love reading your updates and watching Scarlett grow! Thank you!
Sending love, hope and we'll wishes for a great time at camp.
Sending positive vibes for a clean scan. Have fun at camp!
Thinking of you today- fingers crossed for a stable brain with no tumor! Loves and hugs!
Praying these scans are clear!!
Worried! Hoping no news means good news!
Severina, they posted on Facebook that the mri is clear! <3
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